Deeply Embedded In Our Subconscious Are Memories, Both

910 WordsFeb 10, 20174 Pages
Deeply embedded in our subconscious are memories, both good and some bad. Some of which, to mention, may not be easy to recall. They all, though, serve the great purpose of preparation. When a mistake is made, for example, we remember making such to remind us not to do it again. But this is just the surface level of our subconscious, and conscious, memories. Diving deeper, into the truly unknown facets of our minds, we find memories compiled that aid in the forming of underlying assumptions. But these assumptions must be clearly defined to separate them from beliefs. Per the Farlex dictionary, an underlying assumption is defined as, “a set of rules one holds about oneself, others, and the world.” These rules are not transcribed in…show more content…
In the definition mentioned prior, it stated that an assumption typically comes without proof. This is only so, however, when past occurrences fulfill prior assumptions. As a team leader, to move forward, many more assumptions are held by Mark; within his team and outside of it. Within, it is immediately assumed, upon hire, that the employee’s communication skills are proficient. In any business, communication acts as the web that holds the entire structure together. Given, along with the technology available to his team, they are all assumed to continually be responsive through the various mediums used. Another assumed facet to his team’s success is that of trustworthiness and transparency. The two, essentially, go hand in hand with one another. Mark, as a person, is extremely transparent in that he expects what he gives to you. As a leader, he condones openness from his team for success. It makes for a healthy environment to work in, all while strengthening the relationships along the way. Outside of his team, it is assumed by those who lead him to be exactly that of transparent and communicative. The Nike culture is all about innovation, inspiration, and hard work. No matter what it takes, all employees are assumed to live by such facets; whether a team leader, or not. In doing so, a culture representative of those facets begins to form. As new employee join, assumptions are made based upon such
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